Sale closed on
Friday, December 11th 2020 at 8:30 PM EDT
Buyer's Premium: 17%
Cori Barton | (929) 346-9446 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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Auction Pick up is Saturday December 12th from 10 - 2pm
We hope to make the auction available to as wide of an audience possible. Please email first, to assure shipping of the item is possible. Large, sculptural items can be shipped, but with white glove delivery prices. Please pay for shipping within 48 hours of auction end, but note, shipping will take up to one week from auction end. Shipping and handling charges will be handled outside of auction ninja.
Please note, it is your responsibility to pick up your item after winning, on the designated pick up date. If you do not come on the slated date, your item will be considered forfeited.
Please have all help (man power and protective material) with you as we cannot provide blankets or carrying hands.
**We do not accept returns** Please do all research on your item prior, to assure it is what you want. your bid is your binding contract. Please look at all photos closely, for the photographs tell the story of the item. Everything, if not listed as new, is from an estate, therefore, not new.
Larkin Legacy - Contents from the home of noted Broadway and Hollywood production designer Peter Larkin and his talented painter-wife Racelle Strick.
Larkin’s career spanned 50 years in theater - 4 Tony Awards by age 30, the original Peter Pan with Mary Martin - and 25 years in feature films (Tootsie, Get Shorty, Three Men and a Baby), in collaboration with Ricky Jay, Bob Fosse, David Mamet and many more.
His family history is just as storied. The Larkins sailed from England to Massachusetts in 1638. His ancestor Deacon Larkin lent his horse to Paul Revere for that famous ride (“The British are coming”). His grandfather Charles was an antiques dealer, his father Oliver a Pulitzer prizewinning author, professor and art historian.
Designed by architect Andrew Geller in 1967, this Bridgehampton home is one of the last standing artist’s beach houses from the Hamptons of the Nineteen Sixties.